- Use & Care
- Product Specs
The story tag will be our Kitras tag, which reads “Enjoy the beauty in your home or garden with this magnificent piece. The ancient methods of glassblowing, practised centuries ago, are still used today to create this one-of-a-kind treasure. Each piece is meticulously handcrafted in our studio in Fergus, Ontario and is a testament to the beauty that is handcrafted art, with vibrant colours and breathtaking patterns. This piece is like no other and yours to enjoy, always.”
Use & Care
Turn switch to “ON” to activate rechargeable solar panel and allow for daily recharging.
Initially, charge the solar light for 2 to 3 days in bright sunlight, then keep it in the sun for 4 to 6 hours daily.
The battery is rechargeable and will not need to be replaced for a couple of years.
Once charged the battery gives 6 to 8 hours of light.
The battery is a replaceable, rechargeable solar battery (not available through Kitras).
To change the battery, remove the screws on the bottom of the solar panel. Replace the battery and refasten the bottom of the solar panel.
*If storing solar light in a dark place (like a shed) over the winter, remove the battery and store in a warm, dry place.
Globe width 4”, height 4”, weight 0.44 lbs
Stake is 25.5" from the tip of the spike to the rim of the clip (without the glass globe).
An average of 6-9 inches of that length will be in the ground when on display.
The Calico Solar Light is a great housewarming gift.
It is also a great gift option for someone who enjoys spending time in their outdoor area or a gardener who is looking for an extra pop of colour in their outdoor oasis.
*Pictured: 6" Winter Solstice Calico Ball on a Large Single Ornament Holder
Solar lights can stay outdoors all year long; however, do not allow the solar light stake to become buried in heavy snow and stake the solar light in an area protected from high winds.
Calico Solar Lights look great placed in flowerbeds, plants, along walkways etc. where the solar light can bring colour and intrigue, lit or unlit.
*Pictured: 6" Stormy Sea Calico Ball on a Large Shepherd's Hook Stake